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July 08, 1988 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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The Department of Michi-
gan Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
will hold a department
meeting on Wednesday an-
nounces Department Presi-
dent Shirley Schlussel.
Charles Shapiro Auxiliary
will host a dinner at 6:30 p.m.
in honor of Department Presi-
dent Schlussel.
The business meeting will
begin at 8 p.m. Department
Commander Milton Klein
will bring greetings from the
Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans. Plans
will be made for the coming
year. The forthcoming na-
tional convention in Las
Vegas will be discussed. For
information call JWV,
559-5680.

NEWS

W. German
Jewish Leader's
Theft Unfolds

Bonn (JTA) — Leaders of
West Germany's Jewish com-
munity said they will keep
the public informed as the
scandal concerning the late
Werner Nachmann, leader of
the community, unfolds.
Nachmann is implicated in
an embezzlement scarne in-
volving money intended for
Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution as well as the
large-scale misuse of com-
munity funds.
The investigation is now
centered in Baden, in
southern Germany, where
Nachmann headed the local
Jewish community in addi-
tion to serving as chairman of
the Central Council of Jews
in Germany. He died sudden-
ly in January.
Community sources re-
vealed that one of the
auditors assigned to in-
vestigate his illegal activities
in Baden had in fact received
a $7,000 loan from
Nachmann out of the com-
munity's budget.
Nachmann alone controlled
the Baden community's
finances. He reportedly
transferred to it large sums
from the reparations account
he administered as chairman
of the Central Council of
Jews. He channeled this
money to secret accounts, to
private building projects and
to friends and supporters in
the community. Large sums
also allegedly went to
businesses controlled by
Nachmann or by women who
had close relations with him.

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